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M m , m jp ft ■OWW VSv stands lor the finest Old Scotch Misty Delicate in flavour; Consistent in quality. l ight to l. digest Proprietor! t Tha JJISTIWXRS (^OMPANY Largcit Sco(l_ Whisky DUtflleri In lbs Worid. C*vlwl smplojrtd, ove* EDINBURGH. SCOTLAND. Aj«iu i NEILL (SCO. ltd, DUNEDIN., p £C i.t'f 'm For Holiday Wear! Smart, Natty. Real Tailor-made Ready, to-wesr Costumes from 3 Guineas. You will want something New and Stylish to fo away in. One of ray Faultless-fitting, Real 'ailor-mado Ready-to-Wear Costumes will impart that Attractiveness and Exclusiveness which enables one to move in the company of the best-dressed people with confidence and assurance. As a result, your Holidays will be more enjoyable and Outings and Trips more pleasant. Call in, inspect, try on. Costumes are made on the Premises. We guarantee them. The hardest to fit, the most particular—all are charmed and delighted. If preferred, Costumes made to order at a moderate advance in prices. S. SALTZM AN LADIES’ TAILOR SPECIALIST, Next D.S.A., GEORGE STREET. I i l\ Buy British Goods Gentlemen, don’t fail to inspect our New Summer Goods, imported direct from England. They have opened in first-class order, and the styles are thoroughly representative of all that is most up to date in the New Fashions. We are Hat Specialists, and will be pleased to show our Goods at all times, TAYLOR’S City Hatoneum / 153 Rattray Street. [Established 1869.]

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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